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Hi friends-happy, happy hump day! <yes, insert camel voice>

Can you believe we have come to the end of June? Insane, just crazy. BUT that means July is just around the corner and that's my BIRTHDAY MONTH - well, kind of birthday quarter actually! I celebrate B-I-G and I let everyone know. ;)
#annoying

But that's not what we're here for today...but I thought a heads up would be good. LOL


I created this super fun card with lots of different products (links below) and I kinda love how it turned out. I started off using the MFT Sun Ray stencil and sponged on some broken china - very lightly. I die cut the word HOPE from some card stock and used it as a stencil creating an ombre look, black at the bottom fading to a lighter gray towards the top. Once complete, I stamped the Kind Soul flowers in Hero Arts Black and colored with a myriad of Copics. Once finished, I outlined the image with a fine tip Sharpie.



I wanted to keep the card very simple, so I die cut the main panel with MFT Blueprints stitched rectangle and mounted on some bright pink card stock. I finished off the inside with a sentiment from the Hope stamp set and added some washi tape.

Thanks for stopping by; hope you have a GREAT week!

Hugs!


WHAT'S IT TAKE?
Stamps: WPlus9 Kind Soul, Concord and 9th Hope
PapersRanger water color, Papertreyink Raspberry Fizz, Neenah 80 lb. white (inside)
Ink: Lawn Fawn Jet BlackStorm CloudJet Black and SootBroken China Distress Ink, MFT Ripe Raspberry 
Accessories: Concord and 9th Hope Die, MFT Sun Ray stencil, Copics, Sharpie, MFT Blueprints, washi tape, fun foam

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